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1 Thermal Interface Silicone Rubber High-hardness Thermal Interface Silicone Rubber Thermal Interface Silicone Soft Pads Thermal Interface Silicone Ultra Soft Pads Double Sided Thermal Interface Silicone Tapes Thermal Interface Phase Change Materials Electromagnetic Noise Suppression and Thermal Interface Silicone Rubber Sheets

2 Shin-Etsu products Effective tools in the quest for cool. High-hardness Thermal Interface Silicone Rubber P6-11 Thermal Interface Silicone Soft Pads P12-19 Thermal Interface Silicone Ultra Soft Pads P2-25 Double Sided Thermal Interface Silicone Tapes P26-27 Thermal Interface Phase Change Materials P28-29 Electromagnetic Noise Suppression and Thermal Interface Silicone Rubber Sheets P3 How to Read Model Numbers of TC Series Thickness The thickness of the TC Series product is specified by a two digit code corresponding to the thickness in millimeters muliplied by 1. Example Thickness.5mm Thickness 1mm Thickness Grade Form Grade The grade of the TC Series product is classified according to the physical properties of the silicone rubber. Form The form of the TC Series product is shown at the end. High-hardness Thermal Interface Silicone Rubber Example A type EG type Thermal Interface Silicone Soft Pads/Ultra Soft Pads Example HS-1.4 type TXS type Cut sheet models Cap type molded models Tube type molded models For custom-order models, the customer's order number and dimensions can be added. 2

3 Features High-hardness Thermal Interface Silicone Rubber These products have fine electrical properties (electric non-conductivity, etc.) There is a reinforcement type with the Fiberglass or Polyimide film. Not only sheet, but also Cap or Tube shapes. These products can even meet the needs for reduction of the creeping distance of transistors. Nearly all products are UL-certified for flame-retardancy. Can be used in a wide temperature (-4 C to +18 C). Thermal Interface Silicone Soft Pads Thermal Interface Silicone Ultra Soft Pads These products are pliable and capable of close conformity to irregular or complex surfaces. They are easy to apply and remove, and can be used for temporary attachment. Nearly all products are UL-certified for flame-retardancy. Can be used in a wide temperature (-4 C to +18 C). Silicone oil contained in the sheet may come to the surface when the sheet is used. Excellent cost performance and high thermal conductivity. Ultra soft-hardness that makes for good compressibility and a stress-relaxation property that can reduce stress to heat moules. Nearly all products are UL-certified for flame-retardancy. Low specific gravity. Can be used in a wide temperature (TC-SP-1.7, TC-SPA-3., TC-CAS/CAB series: -4 C to +15 C. TC-CAD/CAT-2 series: -4 C to +18 C). Silicone oil contained in the sheet may come to the surface when the sheet is used. Double Sided Thermal Interface Silicone Tapes Strong and stable adhesive strength without screws. Thermal resistance is stable across a wide temperature range. Can be applied to wide areas using automated equipment. Thermal Interface Phase Change Materials Phase change materials are high-performance thermal interface sheets that soften with heat. Heat softens the sheet for a better conforming fit, which reduces thermal resistance. The result is superior dissipation of heat. Made of silicone, so they provide long-lasting, dependable performance. Sheets are easy to handle. Reworkable. Electromagnetic Noise Suppression and Thermal Interface Silicone Rubber Sheets Thermal interface sheets which also shield high frequency noise. Excellent heat resistance and flame retardancy. Excellent workability. The sheets are flexible and easy to cut to shape. Halogen-free, making these sheets eco-friendly. Can be used in a wide temperature range -4 C to +15 C. Silicone oil contained in the sheet may come to the surface when the sheet is used. 3

4 Examples of application High-hardness Thermal Interface Silicone Rubber Thermal interface silicone rubber sheet Heat dissipation of transistors Transistor Heatsink Substrate Sheet Thermal interface silicone rubber cap Thermal interface silicone rubber tube Transistor Heatsink Transistor Heatsink Substrate Cap Substrate Tube Thermal Interface Silicone Soft Pads Thermal Interface Silicone Ultra Soft Pads Heat dissipation of surface mount semiconductor chip Heatsink Surface mount semiconductor chip Thermal interface silicone soft pad Substrate Heat dissipation of substrate Semiconductor chip Thermal interface silicone soft pad Substrate Heatsink 4

5 Double Sided Thermal Interface Silicone Tapes Heat dissipation of LED substrate Heat dissipation and fixing of transistor Double Sided Thermal Interface Silicone Tape Substrate Transistor Heatsink Double Sided Thermal Interface Silicone Tape Steel case Substrate Sheet Thermal Interface Phase Change Materials Heat dissipation of surface mount semiconductor chip Heatsink Before Phase-change After Phase-change Surface mount semiconductor chip Substrate Thermal interface Phase Change Material Heatsink Phase Change Material Heat Source Improving close contact reduces thermal resistance. Electromagnetic Noise Suppression and Thermal Interface Silicone Rubber Sheets Electromagnetic noise suppression and heat conduction for LSI Electromagnetic noise suppression and heat conduction for flat cable Suppression of electromagnetic interference between devices within chassis Heatsink Connector Flat cable Electromagnetic Noise Suppression and Thermal Interface Silicone Rubber Sheet Electromagnetic Noise Suppression and Thermal Interface Silicone Rubber Sheet Electromagnetic Noise Suppression and Thermal Interface Silicone Rubber Sheet Chassis Printed circuit board PCB 5

6 High-hardness Thermal Interface Silicone Rubber Sheet Type General Properties Parameter Test Method Grade TC-A Series TC-CG Series TC-FG Series TC-2A TC-3A TC-45A TC-8A TC-2CG TC-3CG TC-45CG TC-8CG TC-2FG TC-3FG TC-45FG Color Dark blue Light reddish brown Light blue Thickness mm Features General purpose General purpose Medium thermal conductivity ISO Thermal Conductivity W/m K ASTM E Reinforced layer None Fiberglass Fiberglass Density at 23 C g/cm3 JIS K Hardness Durometer A JIS K Tensile Strength MPa JIS K Tear Strength kn/m JIS K Elongation % 11 1 Dielectric Breakdown Voltage 1 kv JIS K Dielectric Strength 1 kv JIS C Volume Resistivity TΩ m JIS K Dielectric Constant Dielectric Dissipation Factor tan 5Hz kHz JIS K MHz Hz kHz JIS K MHz Thermal Resistance TO-3P C/W Shin-Etsu Method 4 2 Flame-Retardance 2 UL94 V- V- V- 5 Low-molecular-weight siloxane content ppm 1>D3-1 1>D3-1 1>D3-1 Shin-Etsu Method 5 Sheet mm Stock Size Roll AV Type with adhesive on single-sided 4 Thermal Resistance TO-3P C/W Shin-Etsu Method Flame-Retardance 2 UL94 V- V- Stock Size Sheet mm 3 1 Roll 32mm 5m 32mm 25m 33mm 5m 33mm 4m 33mm 25m Depends on the thickness of each product.approved products for UL94 [ File No.E ]. Calculation valuetransistor method: (P.33) Acetone extraction method. Form The TC Series are available in four standard models tailored for use with a variety of transistor types. TC series products can be manufactured to custom shapes and forms upon special request. Contact your local sales representative for details. 6

7 TC-EG Series TC-BG Series TC-2EG TC-3EG TC-45EG TC-2BG TC-3BG TC-45BG TC-8BG TC-15CG-5HSV TC-15TCP TC-15TCI TC-11Kl Light blue White Pink Pink Gray Right reddish brown / Gray High thermal conductivity High thermal conductivity Fiberglass Fiberglass Not applicable for thin film High insulation PEN High insulation Polyimide film High insulation, low thermal resistance High thermal conductivity special polyimide film V- V- V- V- V- V- 1>D3-1 1>D3-1 1>D3-1 1>D mm 6m 32mm 5m Not specified values V mm 5m Not specified values Model TO-22 Model TO-3P Model TO-3PL Model TO-3P2 7

8 Cap Type General Properties Parameter Test Method Grade TC-A-CP Series TC-C-CP Series TC-S2-CP Series TC-3A TC-45A TC-8A TC-3C TC-45C TC-8C TC-3S2 TC-45S2 TC-8S2 Color Dark blue Light reddish brown Brown Wall Thickness mm Features General purpose Medium thermal conductivity High thermal conductivity ISO Thermal Conductivity W/m K ASTM E Density at 23 C g/cm3 JIS K Hardness Durometer A JIS K Tensile Strength MPa JIS K Tear Strength kn/m JIS K Elongation % JIS K Dielectric Breakdown Voltage 1 kv JIS K Dielectric Strength 1 kv JIS C Volume Resistivity TΩ m JIS K Dielectric Constant Dielectric Dissipation Factor tan 5Hz kHz JIS K MHz Hz kHz JIS K MHz Thermal Resistance TO-3P C/W Shin-Etsu Method 3 2 Flame-Retardance 2 UL94 V- V- V- 4 Low-molecular-weight siloxane content ppm 1>D3-1 1>D3-1 1>D3-1 Shin-Etsu Method 4 Depends on the thickness of each product. Approved products for UL94 [ File No.E ]. Transistor method: (P.33) Acetone extraction method. Not specified values Form Dimensions The cap type products are registered under Japanese Patent No Length Width Wall thickness Thickness Grade TC-3A TC-3C TC-3S2 TC-45A TC-45C TC-45S2 TC-8A TC-8C TC-8S2 Parameter Width mm Outside dimensions CP-TO CP-TO-3P Length mm Thickness mm CP-TO CP-TO-3P CP-TO CP-TO-3P Wall thickness mm TC series products can be manufactured to custom shapes and forms upon special request. Contact your local sales representative for details. 8

9 High-hardness Thermal Interface Silicone Rubber Tube Type General Properties Parameter Test Method Grade TC-A-KT Series TC-3A TC-45A TC-8A Color Dark blue Wall Thickness mm Features General purpose ISO Thermal Conductivity W/m K ASTM E Density at 23 C g/cm3 JIS K Hardness Durometer A JIS K Tensile Strength MPa JIS K Tear Strength kn/m JIS K Elongation % JIS K Dielectric Breakdown Voltage 1 kv JIS K Dielectric Strength 1 kv JIS C Volume Resistivity TΩ m JIS K Hz 4.8 Dielectric Constant 1kHz JIS K MHz 4.7 Dielectric Dissipation Factor tan 5Hz kHz JIS K MHz Thermal Resistance TO-3P C/W Shin-Etsu Method 4 2 Flame-Retardance 2 UL94 V- 5 Low-molecular-weight siloxane content ppm 1>D3-1 Shin-Etsu Method 5 Depends on the thickness of each product. Approved products for UL94 [ File No.E ]. Not specified values Test piece: Dumbbell shaped test piece 2.Transistor method: (P.33) Acetone extraction method. Dimensions Form Length Inside diameter Wall thickness TC series products can be manufactured to custom shapes and forms upon special request. Contact your local sales representative for details. Grade TC-3A TC-45A TC-8A Parameter Inside diameter Length Wall thickness mm mm mm KT-95 25L KT-95 3L KT-17 25L KT-17 3L 3 1 KT L KT-135 3L 3 1 KT-17 25L KT-17 3L 3 1 KT L KT-135 3L 3 1 KT-17 35L KT-17 25L KT-17 3L 3 1 KT L KT-135 3L 3 1 KT-17 35L

10 Data Test condition: 15 C Type Parameter Status Value 2h 5h 1h TC-45A TC-45CG TC-45FG TC-45EG TC-45BG A Hardness Durometer A Thermal Resistance Dielectric Strength Dielectric Breakdown Voltage Tensile Strength A Hardness Durometer A Thermal Resistance Dielectric Strength Dielectric Breakdown Voltage Tensile Strength A Hardness Durometer A Thermal Resistance Dielectric Strength Dielectric Breakdown Voltage Tensile Strength A Hardness Durometer A Thermal Resistance Dielectric Strength Dielectric Breakdown Voltage Tensile Strength A Hardness Durometer A Thermal Resistance Dielectric Strength Dielectric Breakdown Voltage Tensile Strength C/W kv kv MPa C/W kv kv MPa C/W kv kv MPa C/W kv kv MPa C/W kv kv MPa Not specified values 1

11 High-hardness Thermal Interface Silicone Rubber Solvent Resistance Weight change Solvents Type TC-45A TC-45CG TC-45FG TC-45EG TC-45BG Pure water Ethanol Acetone Toluene Test conditions Test piece 2mm x 3mm, Immersion time 1 min. in each solvent, Exposure time 2 min. at room temperature Torque for thread fastening vs. Thermal Resistance Thermal Resistance C / Torque for thread fastening kgf cm TC-A TC-CG TC-FG TC-EG TC-BG Transistor: TO-3P Applied power: 5V x 2A Thickness of test piece:.45 mm 11

12 Thermal Interface Silicone Soft Pads General Properties Parameter Test Method Grade TC-1HSV-1.4 TC-1THS "1" shows 1. mm in thickness. "1" shows 1. mm in thickness. Color Gray Light reddish purple Size mm Structure Single layer Single layer Thickness mm Density at 23 C g/cm3 JIS K Hardness 1 Asker C 25 3 Dielectric Breakdown Voltage kv JIS K Dielectric Strength kv JIS C Specific Heat J/g K Calculated Value ISO Thermal Conductivity W/m K ASTM E Thermal Resistance C/W Shin-Etsu Method 2 Flame-Retardance UL94 V- V- 3 Low-molecular-weight siloxane content ppm 26D3-1 66D3-1 Shin-Etsu Method 3 Hardness Asker C Measured using 2 overlapping thermal interface silicone soft pads thickness: 6mm. Model heater method: (P.33) Acetone extraction method. Thickness mm.5±.1, 1.±.15, 1.5±.15.5±.15, 1.±.15, 1.5±.15 2.±.15, 2.5±.2, 3.±.25 2.±.2, 2.5±.25, 3.±.25 Grade TC-xxxHSV-1.4 TC-xxxTHS.5mm mm mm mm C/W Thermal Resistance depending on thickness 2.5mm mm mm 5.mm Structure Single layer type HSV-1.4 / THS / TXS / TXS2 Series Composite type THE / TXE Series Thermal interface silicone soft pad (Double-sided adhesive) Carrier liner film (Polyethylene) Carrier liner film (PET) Please release the Carrier liner film when using. Adhesive side: Thermal interface silicone soft pad Non adhesive side: Thermal interface silicone rubber Carrier liner film (Polyethylene or Polypropylene) Carrier liner film (PET) 12

13 TC-1THE TC-1TXS TC-1TXS2 TC-1TXE "1" shows 1. mm in thickness. "1" shows 1. mm in thickness. "1" shows 1. mm in thickness. "1" shows 1. mm in thickness. / Light blue/light reddish purple Gray Gray /Light blue/gray Composite Single layer Single layer Composite V- V- V- V- 66D3-1 24D3-1 6D3-1 24D3-1 General properties are shown only for the selected representative products. Not specified values.5±.1, 1.±.15, 1.5±.15 2.±.2, 2.5±.25, 3.± /-.5, 1.± /-.5, 1.±.15, 1.5± /-.5, 1.± ±.15, 2.±.2, 2.5±.2 2.±.15, 2.5±.15, 3.± /-, 2.±.25, 2.5±.25 3.±.2, 4.±.2, 5.±.3 4.±.15, 5.±.3 3.±.25, 4.±.25, 5.±.3 Not specified values TC-xxxTHE TC-xxxTXS TC-xxxTXS2 TC-xxxTXE Not specified values 13

14 Data TC-HSV-1.4 Series Compressive Load and Compressibility Compressibility % Compressive load MPa ConditionsCompression rate.5 mm/min. Test Dimensions 1 x 1 mm 5HSV-1.4 1HSV-1.4 2HSV-1.4 3HSV-1.4 Compressive Load and Thermal Resistance HSV-1.4 2HSV-1.4 1HSV-1.4 5HSV Compressed load kpa Model Heater:TO-3P Applied Power:28W Contact area:7cm 2 Hardness Change 6 Thermal Resistance Change (15 C) 3. Hardness Asker C HSV-1.4 2HSV HSV HSV Aging time h Number of cycletimes Aging time h Measured using 2 overlapping pads Thickness:6mm Breakdown Voltage Change Breakdown Voltage kv Aging time h Number of cycletimes Thermal Resistance Change (85 C/85%RH) HSV HSV HSV-1.4 5HSV Aging time h Thickness:1mmPressure rising rate:1kv/s Volume Resistivity Change Volume Resistivity cm 1..E E E E E Aging time h Number of cycletimes Thermal Resistance Change (-4 C to 125 C) HSV HSV HSV HSV Number of cycletimes Thickness:1mm Charging voltage:5v 14

15 Thermal Interface Silicone Soft Pads TC-THS Series Compressive Load and Compressibility Compressibility % Compressive load MPa ConditionsCompression rate.5 mm/min. Test Dimensions 1 x 1 mm 5THS 1THS 2THS 3THS Compressive Load and Thermal Resistance THS 2THS 1THS 5THS Compressed load kpa Model Heater:TO-3P Applied Power:28W Contact area:7cm 2 Hardness Change Hardness Asker C Aging time h Number of cycletimes Thermal Resistance Change (15 C) THS 2THS THS 5THS Aging time h Measured using 2 overlapping pads Thickness:6mm Breakdown Voltage Change Breakdown Voltage kv Aging time h Number of cycletimes Thermal Resistance Change (85 C/85%RH) THS 2THS THS.6.4 5THS Aging time h Thickness:1mmPressure rising rate:1kv/s Volume Resistivity Change Volume Resistivity cm 1..E E E E E Aging time h Number of cycletimes Thermal Resistance Change (-4 C to 125 C) THS 2THS THS 5THS Number of cycletimes Thickness:1mm Charging voltage:5v 15

16 TC-THE Series Compressive Load and Compressibility Compressibility % Compressive load MPa ConditionsCompression rate.5 mm/min. Test Dimensions 1 x 1 mm 5THE 1THE 2THE 3THE Compressive Load and Thermal Resistance THE 2THE 1THE 5THE Compressed load kpa Model Heater:TO-3P Applied Power:28W Contact area:7cm 2 Hardness Change 7 Thermal Resistance Change (15 C) 1.8 Hardness Asker C THE 1. 2THE THE 5THE Aging time h Number of cycletimes Aging time h Measured using 2 overlapping pads Thickness:6mm Breakdown Voltage Change Breakdown Voltage kv Aging time h Number of cycletimes Thermal Resistance Change (85 C/85%RH) THE 1.4 2THE THE.4 5THE Aging time h Thickness:1mmPressure rising rate:1kv/s Volume Resistivity Change Volume Resistivity cm 1..E E E E E Aging time h Number of cycletimes Thermal Resistance Change (-4 C to 125 C) THE 2THE THE 5THE Number of cycletimes Thickness:1mm Charging voltage:5v 16

17 Thermal Interface Silicone Soft Pads TC-TXS Series Compressive Load and Compressibility Compressibility % Compressive load MPa ConditionsCompression rate.5 mm/min. Test Dimensions 1 x 1 mm 5TXS 1TXS 2TXS 3TXS 4TXS 5TXS Compressive Load and Thermal Resistance TXS 4TXS 3TXS 2TXS 1TXS 5TXS Compressed load kpa Model Heater:TO-3P Applied Power:28W Contact area:7cm 2 Hardness Change 8 Thermal Resistance Change (15 C) Hardness Asker C TXS.8 2TXS.6 1TXS.4 5TXS Aging time h Number of cycletimes Aging time h Measured using 2 overlapping pads Thickness:6mm Breakdown Voltage Change Breakdown Voltage kv Aging time h Number of cycletimes Thermal Resistance Change (85 C/85%RH) 1. 3TXS.8 2TXS.6.4 1TXS 5TXS Aging time h Thickness:1mmPressure rising rate:1kv/s Volume Resistivity Change Volume Resistivity cm 1..E E E E E Aging time h Number of cycletimes Thermal Resistance Change (-4 C to 125 C) 1. 3TXS.8 2TXS.6.4 1TXS 5TXS Number of cycletimes Thickness:1mm Charging voltage:5v 17

18 TC-TXS2 Series Compressive Load and Compressibility Compressibility % TXS2 1TXS2 2TXS2 3TXS2 4TXS2 5TXS Compressive load MPa Conditions: Compression rate:.5mm/min Test Dimention: 12.7mm Compressive Load and Thermal Resistance TXS2 4TXS2 1. 3TXS2 2TXS2.5 1TXS2 5TXS Compressed load kpa Model Heater:TO-3P Applied Power:28W Contact area:7cm 2 Compressed load:29.4kpa =3g/cm 2 Hardness Change 8 Thermal Resistance Change (15 C) Hardness Asker C TXS2 2TXS2 1TXS2 5TXS Aging time h Number of cycletimes Aging time h Measured using 2 overlapping pads Thickness:6mm Breakdown Voltage Change Breakdown Voltage kv Aging time h Number of cycletimes Thermal Resistance Change (85 C/85%RH) 1. 3TXS2.8 2TXS TXS2 5TXS Aging time h Thickness:1mmPressure rising rate:1kv/s Volume Resistivity Change 1..E+13 Volume Resistivity cm 1..E E E+1 1..E Aging time h Number of cycletimes Thermal Resistance Change (-4 C to 125 C) 1. 3TXS2.8 2TXS TXS2 5TXS Number of cycletimes Thickness:1mm Charging voltage:5v 18

19 Thermal Interface Silicone Soft Pads TC-TXE Series Compressive Load and Compressibility Compressibility % Compressive load MPa ConditionsCompression rate.5 mm/min. Test Dimensions 1 x 1 mm 5TXE 1TXE 2TXE 3TXE 4TXE 5TXE Compressive Load and Thermal Resistance TXE 4TXE 3TXE 2TXE 1TXE 5TXE Compressed load kpa Model Heater:TO-3P Applied Power:28W Contact area:7cm 2 Hardness Change 6 Thermal Resistance Change (15 C) Hardness Asker C TXE 2TXE.6 1TXE.4 5TXE Aging time h Number of cycletimes Aging time h Measured using 2 overlapping pads Thickness:6mm Breakdown Voltage Change Breakdown Voltage kv Aging time h Number of cycletimes Thermal Resistance Change (85 C/85%RH) TXE 2TXE.6 1TXE.4 5TXE Aging time h Thickness:1mmPressure rising rate:1kv/s Volume Resistivity Change Volume Resistivity cm 1..E E E E E Aging time h Number of cycletimes Thermal Resistance Change (-4 C to 125 C) 1. 3TXE.8 2TXE.6.4 1TXE 5TXE Number of cycletimes Thickness:1mm Charging voltage:5v 19

20 Thermal Interface Silicone Ultra Soft Pads General Properties Parameter Test Method Grade TC-1SP-1.7 TC-1SPA-3. "1" shows 1. mm in thickness. "1" shows 1. mm in thickness. Color Gray/Reddish brown Gray Size mm Structure Composite Single layer Thickness mm Density at 23 C g/cm3 JIS K Hardness 1 Asker C 2 4 Dielectric Breakdown Voltage kv JIS K Dielectric Strength kv JIS C Specific Heat J/g K Calculated Value Thermal Conductivity W/m K ISO ASTM E Thermal Resistance C/W Shin-Etsu Method 2 Flame-Retardance UL94 V- V- 3 Low-molecular-weight siloxane content ppm 2D3-1 2D3-1 Shin-Etsu Method 3 Hardness Asker C Measured using 2 overlapping thermal interface silicone ultra soft pads thickness: 6mm. Model heater method: (P.33) Acetone extraction method..5±.1, Thickness mm.5±.1, 1.±.15, 1.5±.2, 2.±.25, 2.5±.25, 3.±.25, 4.±.25, 5.±.3 1.±.15, 1.5±.15, 2.±.15, 2.5±.2, 3.±.25 Grade TC-xxxSP-1.7 TC-xxxSPA-3..5mm mm mm mm C/W Thermal Resistance depending on thickness 2.5mm mm mm mm 2.72 Structure Single layer type SPA-3.CAS / CAB / CAD / CAT-2 Series Composite type SP-1.7 Series Thermal interface silicone ultra soft pad (Double-sided adhesive) Carrier liner film (Polyethylene) Carrier liner film (PET) Please release the Carrier liner film when using. Adhesive side: Thermal interface silicone ultra soft pad Carrier liner film (PET) Non adhesive side: Thermal interface silicone sheet rainforced with glass fiber 2

21 TC-1CAS-3 TC-2CAS-1 TC-1CAB-3 TC-2CAB-1 TC-1CAD-3 TC-2CAD-1 TC-1CAT-2 1 shows thickness. 2 shows thickness. 1 shows thickness. 2 shows thickness. 1 shows thickness. 2 shows thickness. "1" shows 1. mm in thickness. Dark gray Pink Light reddish purple Gray Single layer Single layer Single layer Single layer V- V- V- V- V- V- V- 24D3-1 22D3-1 18D3-1 26D3-1 General properties are shown only for the selected representative products. Not specified values.5±.1, 1.± ±.15, 2.±.2, 2.5±.2, 3.±.25, 4.±.3, 5.±.3, 6.±.5, 7.±.5, 8.±.5, 9.±.5, 1.±.7.5±.1, 1.± ±.15, 2.±.2, 2.5±.2, 3.±.25, 4.±.3, 5.±.3.5±.1, 1.± ±.15, 2.±.2, 2.5±.2, 3.±.25, 4.±.3, 5.±.3.5±.1, 1.±.15, 1.5±.15, 2.±.2, 2.5±.2, 3.±.25, 4.±.3, 5.±.3 Not specified values TC-xxxCAS-3 TC-xxxCAS-1 TC-xxxCAB-3 TC-xxxCAB-1 TC-xxxCAD-3 TC-xxxCAD-1 TC-xxxCAT Not specified values 21

22 Data TC-SP-1.7 Series Compressive Load and Compressibility Compressibility % Compressive load MPa ConditionsCompression rate.5 mm/min. Test Dimensions 1 x 1 mm 5SP-1.7 1SP-1.7 2SP-1.7 3SP-1.7 4SP-1.7 5SP-1.7 Compressive Load and Thermal Resistance SP-1.7 4SP-1.7 3SP-1.7 2SP-1.7 1SP-1.7 5SP Compressed load kpa Model Heater:TO-3P Applied Power:28W Contact area:7cm 2 Hardness Change 12 Thermal Resistance Change (15 C) 2.5 Hardness Asker C SP-1.7 2SP SP SP Aging time h Number of cycletimes Aging time h Measured using 2 overlapping pads Thickness:6mm Breakdown Voltage Change Breakdown Voltage kv Aging time h Number of cycletimes Thermal Resistance Change (85 C/85%RH) 2.5 3SP SP SP SP Aging time h Thickness:1mmPressure rising rate:1kv/s Volume Resistivity Change Volume Resistivity cm 1..E E E E E Aging time h Number of cycletimes Thermal Resistance Change (-4 C to 125 C) 2.5 3SP SP SP SP Number of cycletimes Thickness:1mm Charging voltage:5v 22

23 Thermal Interface Silicone Ultra Soft Pads TC-SPA-3. Series Compressive Load and Compressibility Compressibility % SPA-3. 1SPA-3. 15SPA-3. 2SPA-3. 25SPA-3. 3SPA Compressive load MPa Conditions: Compression rate:.5mm/min. Test Dimensions 12.7mm Compressive Load and Thermal Resistance SPA-3. 2SPA-3. 1SPA-3. 5SPA Compressed load kpa Model Heater:TO-3P Applied Power:28W Contact area:7cm 2 Compressed load:29.4kpa =3g/cm 2 Hardness Change 16 Thermal Resistance Change (15 C) Hardness Asker C SPA-3. 2SPA-3. 1SPA SPA Aging time h Number of cycletimes Aging time h Measured using 2 overlapping pads Thickness:6mm Model Heater:TO-3P Applied Power:28W Contact area:7cm 2 Compressed load:29.4kpa =3g/cm 2 Thermal Resistance Change (85 C/85%RH) Aging time h 3SPA-3. 2SPA-3. 1SPA-3. 5SPA-3. Model Heater:TO-3P Applied Power:28W Contact area:7cm 2 Compressed load:29.4kpa =3g/cm 2 Thermal Resistance Change (-4 C to 125 C) Number of cycletimes 3SPA-3. 2SPA-3. 1SPA-3. 5SPA-3. Model Heater:TO-3P Applied Power:28W Contact area:7cm 2 Compressed load:29.4kpa =3g/cm 2 23

24 TC-CAS-1 Series Compression Property 7 TC-CAB-1 Series Compression Property 7 Compressibility % CAS-1 3CAS-1 Compressibility % CAB-1 3CAB Stress Rate of compression:.5mm/min. Test Dimensions 12.7mm Stress Rate of compression:.5mm/min. Test Dimensions 12.7mm Hardness Change 6 Hardness Change 6 Hardness Asker C Hardness Asker C Aging time h Number of cycletimes Measured using 2 overlapping pads Thickness:6mm Aging time h Number of cycletimes Measured using 2 overlapping pads Thickness:6mm 24

25 Thermal Interface Silicone Ultra Soft Pads TC-CAD-1 Series Compression Property 7 TC-CAT-2 Series Compression Property 7 Compressibility % CAD-1 3CAD-1 Compressibility % CAT-2 1CAT-2 2CAT-2 3CAT Stress Rate of compression:.5mm/min. Test Dimensions 12.7mm Stress Rate of compression:.5mm/min. Test Dimensions 12.7mm Hardness Change 6 Hardness Change 6 Hardness Asker C Hardness Asker C Aging time h Number of cycletimes Measured using 2 overlapping pads Thickness:6mm Aging time h Number of cycletimes Measured using 2 overlapping pads Thickness:6mm Thermal Resistance Change Aging time h Number of cycletimes Model Heater:TO-3P Applied Power:28W Contact area:7cm 2 Compressed load:29.4kpa =3g/cm 2 Breakdown Voltage Change Breakdown Voltage kv Aging time h Number of cycletimes 25

26 Double Sided Thermal Interface Silicone Tapes Thermal interface tape: Single layer, double-sided adhesive. New lineup will include 1 µm and 2 µm thicknesses. Strong and stable adhesive strength without screws. Thermal resistance is stable across a wide temperature range. Can be applied to wide areas using automated equipment. Structure Double sided thermal interface silicone Tape Carrier liner film The way to attach and the way to peel off the film. 1 The way to peel off the transparent film. 2 The way to attach. 1 Bend the orange film side, to release the edge of the transparent film. 2 Pick up the edge of the transparent film and peel off it Attach the edge of a TC-SAS on the object. Bend a TC-SAS not to attach on whale surface. Gradually attach a TC-SAS from end to end. After attach TC-SAS to whale surface of the object, equally press whale surface of TC-SAS by a roll. 3 The easy way to peel off the orange film. Defat surface of object by solvents. 1 Attach the tape on the edge of the orange film. 2 Pull the tape. 3 The edge area of the orange film is removed. 4 Pull the orange film. General Properties Parameter Test Method Grade TC-1SAS TC-2SAS Color White White Matrix Silicone Silicone Thickness µm 1 2 Dielectric Breakdown Voltage kv JIS K Thermal Conductivity W/m K ASTM E Alminum 2 Shin-Etsu Method Peeling Strength N/cm 2 Shin-Etsu Method Glass epoxy 2 Shin-Etsu Method Flammability UL94 V- V- Low-molecular-weight siloxane content ppm 3 Shin-Etsu Method 3 1>D3-1 1>D3-1 Sheet size mm 3 4 or 3mm 5m 3 4 or 3mm 5m Laser flash method: (P.33) After sticking a tape on a test plate, then pressed down using a 2 kg roller. After 1 minutes, the tape was then peeled off in the 18-degree direction and measurements taken. (Temp.: 23 C, peeling speed: 3 mm/min) Acetone extraction method. SAS series products can be manufactured to custom shapes and forms upon special request. Contact your local sales representative for details. Not specified values 26

27 Pressure/time dependency of adhesive strength Sample Size Pressure Time Shear Strength 1sec 27 2kg 1min 45 TC-2SAS 1cm 2 1sec 46 4kg 1min 65 Tape size Sandwich the TC-2SAS sample with two SUS plates, and pressurize with various pressure and time. Afterwards, measure the shear strength. SUS/aluminum plate Shear tool Temperature dependency of adhesive strength Shear Strength N/cm TC-2SAS Acrylic tape competitor Temperature C Tape size Sandwich a tape with two aluminum plates, and pressurize using a 2kg roller. After 6 minutes, measure the shear strength under several temperature conditions. Tape Shear Strength after aging Shear Strength N/cm Aging time h Number of cycletimes 1. Sandwich the TC-2SAS sample (1 x 1 mm size) with aluminum plates. 2. Press the sample with 2 psi clips. Spacers are inserted to ensure uniform pressure (Press condition: 25 C/1h). 3. Remove the spacer and clip, then measure initial shear strength. 4. Put w/o pressure sample into the aging chamber. 5. After aging, measure the shear strength. Thermal Resistance after aging Thermal Resistance cm 2 K/W 8 7 Acrylic tape competitor TC-2SAS Aging time h Thermal Resistance cm 2 K/W Acrylic tape competitor TC-2SAS Aging time h Thermal Resistance cm 2 K/W Acrylic tape competitor TC-2SAS Number of cycletimes 1. Sandwich the sample (TC-2SAS) with two pieces of aluminum plates. 2. Press the sample with 2 psi clips. Spacers are inserted to ensure uniform pressure (Press condition: 25 C/1h). 3. Measure the thermal resistance with laser flash method ( h). 4. Press the sample with clip again. Put sample into the aging chamber. 5. After aging, measure the thermal resistance with Laser Flash method. 27

28 Thermal Interface Phase Change Materials Phase change materials are high-performance thermal interface sheets that soften with heat. Heat softens the sheet for a better conforming fit, which reduces thermal resistance. The result is superior dissipation of heat. Non-silicone phase-change products can t compete in terms of long-term reliability under high temperature. Superior heat-dissipating effect Sheets compress easily to a fraction of their initial thickness, so they act to level multiple chips of different heights. (Developed for next-generation CPUs) The layer thins under compression, resulting in lower thermal resistance. Before Phase-change After Phase-change Heatsink Phase Change Material Heat Source Improving close contact reduces thermal resistance. Sheets transfer easily, making them easy to stick on. Transfer Method Position a PCS-LT sheet (with tab attached) on top of the heat sink. Apply pressure over the entire surface using the fingers or a roller (pressure: 2-3 psi). Use a spatula or similar tool to smooth down the upper left part of the PCS-LT sheet (pressure: 5-1 psi) Pull the tab firmly to remove. 1 psi = kpa Resists pump-out. Shin-Etsu PCM (after 25 cycles) Olefin type Initial size Oven-heated to 7 C for 1 h + 25 cycles Oven-heated to 7 C for one hour only. General Properties Parameter Test Method Grade PCS-LT-3 PCS-CR-1 Color Gray White Initial Thickness µm Thickness after heat / compression 1 µm Micro gauge 28 1 Density at 25 C JIS K Dielectric Breakdown Voltage kv/mm 8. Softening Point C Shin-Etsu Method Thermal Conductivity W/m K ASTM E Thermal Resistance cm 2 K/W ASTM E Sheet size mm After 1 hour compression, 2 psi/1 C. Not specified values Laser flash method: (P.33) 28

29 Data Pressure-Dependence of Thickness (7 C/1h) 5 Bond Line Thickness µm Test Method Thickness / Thermal Resistance after aging Observations Pressure psi PCS-LT-3 Thickness µm PCS-LT Aging time h Thickness µm PCS-LT Aging time h Thickness µm PCS-LT Number of cycletimes Pressure-Dependence of Thermal Resistance (7 C/1h) Thermal Resistance mm 2 K/W Pressure psi PCS-LT-3 1. The sheet is transferred to an aluminum plate used for the laser flash test. 2. Another aluminum plate is placed on the top, sandwiching the sample. Spacers are inserted to ensure uniform pressure. 3. Pressure is applied with clips. 4. This unit is heated in a 7 C oven for 1 hour. 5. The unit is taken from the oven, and a microgauge used to measure the thickness of the sample after compression. Its thermal resistance is again measured using the laser flash method. Thermal Resistance mm 2 K/W Thermal Resistance mm 2 K/W Thermal Resistance mm 2 K/W PCS-LT Aging time h PCS-LT Aging time h PCS-LT Number of cycletimes 1. PCS-LT series can work without deterioration in extremely severe condition like 15 C/15hrs because PCS-LT series are silicone-based phase change material. 2. In addition, PCS-LT series are excellent also in anti pumping-out properties. In a heat cycle condition (-4 C 125 C/1 cycle), the increasing of thermal resistance is not observed at all. 3. The tendency for thermal resistance to decrease after aging was observed. It is surmised that the contact condition of PCS-LT and aluminum plate improved by aging, as a result, thermal resistance could be decreased. 29

30 Electromagnetic Noise Suppression and Thermal Interface Silicone Rubber Sheets Thermal interface sheets which also shield high frequency noise. General Properties Grade Parameter Test Method EMI-TC31 EMI-TC83 Structure Single layer Composite 1GHz Magnetic permeability Real part: µ Concentric pipe Imaginary part: µ S-parameter Method Temperature Range C -4 to to +15 ISO Thermal Conductivity W/m K ASTM E mm.21 Thermal Resistance C/W.5mm 1.mm The Shin-Etsu Method mm.9.93 Hardness Asker C 61 8 Density at 23 C g/cm 3 JIS K Flame-Retardance UL94 V- V-1V-1 equivalent Thickness mm.3,.5, 1., 2. 1., 2. Not specified values Structure Single layer sheet : EMI-TC31 EMI-TC31 Carrier liner film Polyethylene Carrier liner film Composite sheet : EMI-TC83 EMI-TC83 Electromagnetic noise suppression and thermal interface silicone putty layer Thermal interface silicone rubber layer Carrier liner film Polyethylene Carrier liner film Please remove the carrier liner when using. Magnetic permeability frequency response 7 Real part 3 Imaginary part 6 EMI-TC31 EMI-TC83 EMI-TC31 EMI-TC Frequency Frequency If considering export these products discrided in this page from Japan, first talk to a Shin-Etsu sales representative. 3

31 Measuring and Test Methods Thermal Interface Silicone Rubber Dielectric Breakdown Voltage/Dielectric Breakdown Strength A test sample is inserted between two 25 mm diameter electrodes and immersed in insulating oil. An alternating current is applied, and the voltage is steadily increased at a rate of 1 kv/sec. The minimum voltage necessary to cause dielectric breakdown is measured, and this is considered the dielectric breakdown voltage. The dielectric breakdown voltage of a test sample sheet (thickness: mm) was measured, and this value divided by the thickness of the sample is considered the dielectric breakdown strength. Measured in accordance with JIS K 6249 Dielectric breakdown strength (kv/mm) Dielectric breakdown voltage as measured (kv) Thickness of test sample (mm) Dielectric Strength A test sample is inserted between two 25 mm diameter electrodes and immersed in insulating oil. A constant voltage is applied for 2 seconds to test dielectric breakdown of the test sample. Voltage is increased in stages, and the maximum voltage before dielectric breakdown is measured. This value is considered the dielectric strength. Measured in accordance with JIS C 211. Upper electrode 25 mm Test piece Insulating oil Lower electrode Flame-Retardancy The test piece (width: 13 mm; length: 125 mm) is positioned vertically, and the lower edge is exposed to a 2 mm flame for 1 seconds. The piece is then removed from the flame and afterflame time (t 1 ) is measured. After burning stops, the flame is applied again, and afterflame time (t 2 ) plus afterglow time (t 3 ) is measured again in the same manner. A set of five specimens is to be tested. Criteria Conditions Classification UL94 V- UL94 V-1 1 sec 3 sec Total flame time t 1 + t 2 for the 5 specimens 5 sec 25 sec 3 sec 6 sec Afterflame time after first flame application Afterflame time after second flame application Afterglow time after second flame application 31

32 Thermal Interface Silicone Rubber Fig. 1: Sample setup Thermal Conductivity Based on ISO A constant current is supplied to a sensor sandwiched between two sheets which measure 6 mm 6 mm 6 mm (as shown in Fig. 1). The sensor is heated to a constant temperature, and the thermal conductivity calculated from the temperature increase of the sensor. The sensor consists of nickel foil in a double spiral pattern, and the temperature change can be measured as the change in electrical resistance of the sensor. Fig. 2 shows the signal obtained from the sensor when constant current is applied. If we scale the horizontal axis (function of time and thermal diffusivity of the sample) of the temperature increase graph (Fig. 2) with D, we see the result in Fig. 3. From equation (1), we know that the slope of this straight line is inversely proportional to the thermal conductivity of the sample. The sensor temperature increase Tave is represented theoretically by the following model. Power applied to the sensor Radius of the sensor Thermal conductivity of the sample Non-dimensional parameter defined by Thermal diffusivity of the sample Measurement time Function of non-dimensional Fig. 2: Time change of applied current and sensor signal Current applied to sensor Time Sensor temperature increase Fig. 3: Correlation between temperature increase curve and D Time Based on ASTM E153 A sample of TC silicone (thickness: 9 mm; diameter: 5 mm) is pres s-fit as shown in the diagram. When the temperature reaches equilibrium, the difference in temperature between the two sides of the silicone and heat flux are measured. Fourier's Law states that Thermal resistance Temperature of the surface of the upper plate Temperature of the surface of the lower plate Heat flux passing through the test piece Therefore Thickness of the test piece Thermal conductivity Total thermal resistance between the test piece and the surface of the plate Measuring equipment and test piece Guarded heater Upper heater Upper plate Tu Test piece Lower plate Tm Calorimeter Lower heater Heatsink Compressive Load Guarded heater Spacer Test piece 9mm 5mm 32

33 Measuring and Test Methods Thermal Resistance Transistor method:high-hardness Thermal Interface Silicone Rubber A TC test piece (Model TO-3P) is inserted between a heatsink and transistor. The transistor is secured to the heatsink with a 3. mm diameter screw. Power is applied to the transistor for 1 minutes, then the temperatures of the transistor and heatsink are measured. Thermal resistance is calculated according to the following equation. Thermocouple T1 T2 Thermocouple Transistor temperature Heatsink temperature Screw Torque 5 1kgf cm Applied power 1W Contact area about 2.8 cm2 Transistor Test piece Heatsink Model heater method:thermal Interface Silicone Soft Pads/Ultra Soft Pads A model heater (aluminum case with built-in heater) is used. The test piece is inserted between a heatsink and the model heater, and a designated compressive load is applied. Power is applied for 5 minutes, then the temperatures of the heater and heatsink are measured. Thermal resistance is calculated according to the following equation. Model heater temperature Heatsink temperature Compressive load 3gf/cm2 Applied power 28 Contact area about 7cm2 Test piece Side Test piece Compressive load 3gf/cm 2 T1 T2 Heatsink Model heater Pore of a thermocouple Model heater Heater Length T1 Heatsink Pore of a thermocouple Double Sided Thermal Interface Silicone Tapes Thermal Interface Phase Change Materials IR sensor Signal amplifier Furnace Software Furnace power supply Computer + Data acquisition Laser flash method (Based on ASTM E1461) Thermal resistance and thermal conductivity were measured by the laser flash method, which is one method of analyzing thermal constants : a pulse laser is used to illuminate and heat one face of the sample. The temperature rise is measured at the opposite face using an infrared sensor, with no contact involved. Laser Sample Laser power supply Plotter printer Experimental result 33

34 Low-molecular-weight LMW Siloxane What is LMW siloxane? The figure shows the chemical formula of low-molecular-weight siloxane, a nonreactive cyclic dimethyl polysiloxane (generally D3-D1), which is volatile and therefore sublimates into the atmosphere both during and after curing. As shown below, LMW siloxane has been reported to cause electrical contact failure under certain conditions. Electrical contact failure It has already been noted that various substances may lead to contact failure. Contact failure may be caused by organic materials such as human body oils and organic gases, or inorganic materials such as hydrogen sulfide and ammonia gas. Electric and electronic manufacturers report that LMW siloxane can cause contact failure in the low-voltage, low-current range. Relationship of load conditions to contact reliability Effects of load on contact reliability micro-relay Load Presence of Si accretion Contact resistance at point of contact Y/N 1 DC1V 1mA N No increase measured 2 DC1V 36mA N Occasional increase of several ohms 3 DC3.5V 1mA N No increase measured Mechanisms of contact failure Cyclic dimethyl polysiloxane vapor Electrical spark energy 4 DC5.6V 1mA Y No increase measured 5 DC12V 1mA Y Increase of several ohms, up to infinity DC24V 1mA Y Around 15 times, readings of infinity were seen; at 3 times, all were infinity DC24V 35mA Y Around 3 times, readings of infinity were seen; at 45 times, all were infinity 8 DC24V 1mA Y No increase measured 9 DC24V 2mA Y No increase measured 1 DC24V 1A Y No increase measured 11 DC24V 4A Y No increase measured [Test conditions] Switching frequency 1 Hz, temp. room temperature, contact force 13 g Presented by The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers corporation, Yoshimura and Itoh EMC76-41 Feb. 18, Formation of insulators Contact failure Functions as an abrasive Abrasion The prime ingredients of RTV silicone rubber, but the dimethyl polysiloxane derived in the normal manufacturing process does contain ring structures in trace amounts. Because this cyclic dimethyl polysiloxane is nonreactive and volatile, there is sometimes after curing. As shown in the figure above, this sublimated cyclic dimethyl polysiloxane can be a mechanism of contact failure under certain conditions. 34

35 General Features of Silicone Rubber Silicone rubbers are built on a backbone of siloxane bonds (-Si-O-Si-), which exhibit high bonding energy and are highly stable. As a result, silicones have heat resistance, electric non-conductance and chemical stability superior to that of common organic rubbers. Electric Insulation Silicone rubbers are electrically non-conductive and exhibit stable properties over a wide range of temperatures and frequencies. They are highly resistant to corona and arc discharge under high-voltage stress, making them particularly suited for use as an insulating material in high-voltage applications. Flame-Retardancy Silicone rubber exhibits excellent flame resistance. Almost all of Shin-Etsu's thermal interface silicone products have received UL V-/V-1 certification or meet equivalent specifications. The diagram shows a properties comparison between silicone and other rubbers. Heat resistance Chemical stability Resistance to weathering Resistance to chemicals Flame retardancy Electrical properties Resistance to cold Silicone rubber Ethylene-propylene rubber Chloroprene rubber Fluorine rubber Natural rubber Acrylic rubber Handling Precautions Quality, Storage and Handling 1. Products should be stored in a dry place out of direct sunlight. 2. Avoid contact with residual solvents or oils as they may deteriorate the properties of the product. 3. For better results, the substrate surface should be cleaned and dried to remove any dirt, moisture or oils before application. 4. Prior to using the product with a thermal interface grease, test a sample with a small amount to determine compatibility. 35

36 Shin-Etsu Chemical Co.,Ltd. Silicone Division Sales and Marketing Department III 6-1, Ohtemachi 2-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan Phone : +81-() Fax : +81-() Shin-Etsu Silicones of America, Inc. 115 Damar Drive, Akron, OH 4435, U.S.A. Phone : Fax : Shin-Etsu do Brasil Representação de Produtos Químicos Ltda. Rua Coronel Oscar Porto, º Andar - 114/115 Paraíso São Paulo - SP Brasil CEP: 43-3 Phone : Fax : Shin-Etsu Silicones Europe B.V. Bolderweg 32, 1332 AV, Almere, The Netherlands Phone : +31-() Fax : +31-() Germany Branch Rheingaustrasse , 6523 Wiesbaden, Germany Phone : +49-() Fax : +49-() Shin-Etsu Silicone Taiwan Co., Ltd. Hung Kuo Bldg. 11F-D, No. 167, Tun Hua N. Rd., Taipei, 1549 Taiwan, R.O.C. Phone : +886-() Fax : +886-() Shin-Etsu Silicone Korea Co., Ltd. GT Tower 15F, 411, Seocho-daero, Seocho-gu, Seoul 6615, Korea Phone : +82-() Fax : +82-() Shin-Etsu Singapore Pte. Ltd. 4 Shenton Way, #1-3/6, SGX Centre II, Singapore 6887 Phone : Fax : Shin-Etsu Silicones India Pvt. Ltd. Flat No.712, 7th Floor, 24 Ashoka Estate, Barakhamba Road, New Delhi 111, India Phone : Fax : Shin-Etsu Silicones (Thailand) Ltd. 7th Floor, Harindhorn Tower, 54 North Sathorn Road, Bangkok 15, Thailand Phone : +66-() Fax : +66-() Shin-Etsu Silicone International Trading (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. 29F Junyao International Plaza, No.789, Zhao Jia Bang Road, Shanghai 232, China Phone : +86-() Fax : +86-() Guangzhou Branch B-249, 241, Shine Plaza, 9 Linhexi Road, Tianhe, Guangzhou, Guangdong 5161, China Phone : +86-() Fax : +86-() The data and information presented in this catalog may not be relied upon to represent standard values. Shin-Etsu reserves the right to change such data and information, in whole or in part, in this catalog, including product performance standards and specifications without notice. Users are solely responsible for making preliminary tests to determine the suitability of products for their intended use. Statements concerning possible or suggested uses made herein may not be relied upon, or be construed, as a guaranty of no patent infringement. The silicone products described herein have been designed, manufactured and developed solely for general industrial use only; such silicone products are not designed for, intended for use as, or suitable for, medical, surgical or other particular purposes. Users have the sole responsibility and obligation to determine the suitability of the silicone products described herein for any application, to make preliminary tests, and to confirm the safety of such products for their use. Users must never use the silicone products described herein for the purpose of implantation into the human body and/or injection into humans. Users are solely responsible for exporting or importing the silicone products described herein, and complying with all applicable laws, regulations, and rules relating to the use of such products. Shin-Etsu recommends checking each pertinent country's laws, regulations, and rules in advance, when exporting or importing, and before using the products. Please contact Shin-Etsu before reproducing any part of this catalog. Copyright belongs to Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd. JCQA-4 JCQA-E-2 JCQA-18 JCQA-E-64 JQA-479 JQA-EM298 The Development and Manufacture of Shin-Etsu Silicones are based on the following registered international quality and environmental management standards. Gunma Complex ISO 91 ISO 141 (JCQA-4 JCQA-E-2) Naoetsu Plant ISO 91 ISO 141 (JCQA-18 JCQA-E-64) Takefu Plant ISO 91 ISO 141 (JQA-479 JQA-EM298) Shin-Etsu Silicone is a registered trademark of Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd. This is an edited version of the product data released on Mar C Shin-Etsu 211.1/ M.G. Web in Japan.

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